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    Default profiling - execution statistics tab missing

    I'm trying to profile my Java applet in Eclipse. I have run the applet with execution time analysis enabled. I have changed my view to 'Profiling and Logging'. The profiling monitor shows my profiled session.

    But I can't for the life of me find the 'executions statistics' tab. I have followed the help docs to the letter (so I think). The help docs show images of all sorts useful and interesting graphs and reports which I can not find. Where can I find this 'executions statistics' tab? The best I can do is right click and generate a 'New Report...' which gives me a static web/xml/csv file.

    I am obvioulsy do something stupid - but I have followed the docs to the letter. Could anyone shed any light on what I am doing wrong?

    Thanks!

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    Hi,
    As i know eclipse doesnt give any tool for profiling by default so which is the plugin you used?

    To collect statistics there are many third party tools like jprofiler,jconsole and so on you can use any one of them if the one you are trying is not working correctly.
    To finish sooner, take your own time....
    Nivedithaaaa

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    Thanks, Niveditha.

    I'm new to IDEs - I have been using vi, C, gcc, gdb and prof for way too many years. So I was suprised to find that Eclipse did not come with a profiler (isn't that sort of thing what IDEs are for?!).

    After much Googling I got utterly lost and confused by unexplained acronyms and installation instructions but I did eventualy install what I thought was *the* Eclipse profiler. You have answered one question for me. I installed it a while back and can not remember its name (I thought it was the standard default Eclipse profiler so did not have a name). How can I find its name (sounds such a daft question, I know).

    I just want to do some pretty vanilla profiling - execution time and memory analysis. Do you have a recommendation for the easiest to install/understand/use profiler for a multi-threaded Java applet?

    Thanks!

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    Ya definitely... Go for Jprofiler or TPTP plugin for eclipse there are lot of websites available for its steps of Installation
    To finish sooner, take your own time....
    Nivedithaaaa

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